New models for remote working

Posted on 04/11/2020 by charlene

Listen to Episode Five of the new Digital Journeys podcast ‘Future Ready’ series. Thought provoking and entertaining, but above all, actionable insights brought to you by VMware and 3rd party industry voices.

Work should be an activity, as opposed to a place to be, or a place to be seen. In Episode 5 of ‘Digital Journeys – Future Ready’ series, Andy is once again joined by Spencer Pitts and Charles Barratt to discuss new models of working.

During this episode we discuss a wide range of topics including how customers are looking to balance productivity with safety as the world moves towards a new mode of working. We also explore how the concept of an office is something that will need to change going forward.

As well as physical changes, organization change is also paramount to adjust. We discuss outcome-based work vs presenteeism – being seen to be present in an office for longer hours than required. We also discuss how are teams built, how they can interact and how team members are motivated in this new normal.

Episode 5: New models for remote working

PREVIOUS EPISODES

Episode 1: Are you ‘Future Ready’?
How to respond quickly to a crisis, accelerate innovation and be Future Ready

Episode 2: Moving Beyond Crisis
Building foundations for growth and continuity

Episode 3: Winning in the market
Innovation and digital transformation to compete: a digital-first model for IT and business

Episode 4: Applications driving digital transformation
Evolving platforms and technologies to build, run and manage the next generation of applications

UPCOMING EPISODES

Episode 6: Structuring the best cloud approach
Building cloud ready architectures, keeping secure and connected

Episode 7: Why do Digital Transformation projects fail?
70% of Digital Transformation projects fail. What happens when your project is one of the 70%?

Episode 8: At the sharp end
Stories from a Systems Integrator

Episode 9: A day in the life
Digital Transformation at a business level. Stories from a Customer

Episode 10: VMware’s internal Future Ready story
How VMware responded to the pandemic internally

If you want to know more about the themes discussed in this episode, here’s a great list of resources you can access:


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